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Full text of "The History Of Western Education"

INDEX

4*7

Ramus, 217, 221-22, 235, 254

Raito Studiorum (Jesuit), 205

Ratke, 242, 253

Reading, 397, 399

Realism and nominalism, 133

Realschulet 283

Reason, 34, 37, 40-41; passions and,

37-40;    authority   and,   134;    in

children, 267; training of, 290
Reformation and education, Chapter

VII

Regents, University, 153
Rein, Professor, 348, 387
Religious education, 194, 239, 254,

258, 265, 268, 280, 312, 387
Renaissance, 159-62, 168, 184, 209,

217, 376

Republic (Plato), 33-34, 36, 65
Research in universities, 236, 336
Revolution,  French,   26,   142,  292,

312-14, 33-3i, 363, 366
Reyher, 253, 282
Rhetoric, 6, 22, 63, 70-72, 82, 91-92,

132,147, 200, 204, 236, 252, 304
Rhetorical schools, 67-68, 93
Rhythm, 18, 34, 392
Rice, J. M., 410
Richelieu, 256, 262
Rolland, 312, 314
Rollin, 261, 312
Roman    emperors    and    education,

Chapter III

Rome, 44, 61-69, 78, 81, 210
Roscellinus, 134* 136
Rousseau, 34, 286-89, 291-300, 303,

305,   307-08,   312,   314,   317-19,

322-23, 325, 348, 361-62, 365, 372,

386, 390, 393, 405

Royal interest in education, 184, 318
Royal Society, 245, 270
R's, The Three, 320, 380
Rugby, 375-76

Sadoleto, 215

St. Andrew's, 129, 153-54

St. Cyran, 256-59

St. Gall, Abbey of, 107, 125

St Paul's School,  93,   I73~74 228,

330,233   ,    ,    *
St. Simon, 363-65
Salaries of Roman teachers, 87-88
Salle, La, 281
Salomon, Otto, 389-90
Sandys, J. E. 109, 168, X75, 408
Saussure, Madame de, 362
Savage education, 294
Saxony, 191, 195
Scholastic philosophy, 156
School as an institution, 2, 16, 44, 379

Schools. See Academies, Bishops*,
Burgh, Cathedral, Chantry, Charity,
Collegiate, Commercial, Demon-
stration, Druid, Elementary, Gild,
Grammar, Gymnasium, Hospital,
Industrial, Infant, Mother, Navi-
gation, Princes', Progymnasien, Real-
schule, Rhetorical, Secondary, Song
Sunday, Trade, Wrestling

Science, 23, 34, 165, 231, 300, 315,
346-47, 356, 371-74, 379) 397-98

Science of education, 227, 250, 272

Scientific Pedagogy, 407-413

Scotland, 150, 153-54, *57, *97 200,
280, 306, 371

Scotus Erigena, John, 122, 132-34

Scribes as teachers, 60

Scriptures, study of, 84, 91-92, 117,
120,177,197-98

Secondary schools, 337. See Gram-
mar schools

Sedulius, 92

Seguin, 365-66, 406

Self-determination,   Education    for,

32S

Self-education, 406

Self-governing profession, Teaching

as a, 376

Self-government in schools, 291, 376
Sensationalism, 365
Senses,250-51, 287,289-90,299, 307,

365
Sense-training,  289,  299,  339,  358,

362, 406

Seven Arts, 69, 94, 103, 106, 116
Sex differences in education, 297, 300,

335

Shaftesbury, Earl of, 273
Sidonius Apollinaris, 96-97
Sigebert, 112-13, 118
Skill, 327, 399
Sloyd, 388-90
Smith, Adam, 305-06
Society of Jesus, 203.    See  Jesuit

Education

Socrates, 24-32, 35> 47-4$
Solomon's House, 236, 244
Solon, 16-17, 19
Song school, 18, 104, 115-16, 128,

155

Sophists, 18, 22, 24-26, 31, 35, 58"
Soul in evolution, 392
Spain, 105,128-29, 203
Sparta, 5, 10, 11-15, *6
Spencer, Herbert, 333, 371-74, 382
Spenser, Edmund, 232
Speusippus, 48
Stael, Madame de, 362
Stages of education, 3bs